35th annual
MINS Symposium

part of the Year of Neurodegenerative Research

Join the Mahoney Institute for Neuroscience on April 3, 2019, from 8:30am-5:30pm in Smilow Auditorium for a full day of engaging neuroscience discussion and talks!

Keynote Speakers:
Beth Stevens (Adler Lecturer, Harvard Medical School & Boston Children’s Hospital)
Pietro de Camilli (Sprague Lecturer, Yale School of Medicine)

Other highlights include lecture from the 2nd Annual Rising Star Award Winner, minisymposium featuring neurodegeneration research happening at Penn, and poster session on neuroscience broadly (submit your abstract by March 22 using form below). Breakfast and lunch will be served and a reception will follow the event.

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Position *
Trainees: please indicate which lab(s) you are associated with and your program if applicable
Interest Table Sign-up
You may sign-up here to join one of the Keynote speakers or the Rising Star winner for lunch. Space is limited. Preference will be given to trainees. You will be notified if you have been selected. [all are already full]
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Meal attendance *
Please indicate whether you will be at the meals and reception for planning purposes.
POSTERS MAY PERTAIN TO ANY AREA OF NEUROSCIENCE (not exclusively neurodegeneration). Provide at least a tentative poster title. Poster title may be changed at any time prior to March 22 by emailing pennmins.sc@gmail.com
Provide at least a tentative abstract. Abstract may be changed at any time prior to March 22 by emailing pennmins.sc@gmail.com
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April 3, 2019

Smilow Center for Translational Research (Auditorium & Commons)

3400 Civic Center Blvd
Philadelphia, PA 19146


Questions? Contact pennmins.sc@gmail.com or jfowlkes@pennmedicine.upenn.edu